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75" Sceptre U750CV-U 4K UHD LED TV

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Walmart.com has 75" Sceptre U750CV-U 4K UHD LED TV for $999.99. Select in-store pick up or ship to home for a $19.97 freight shipping charge. Thanks User232

Specs:
  • Resolution: 4K (3840x2160)
  • Contrast Ratio: 5,000:1
  • Weight: 75lbs (with stand), 72lbs (without stand)
  • Warranty: 1 Year Limited
  • Inputs:
    • 4 x HDMI 2.0 w/ HDCP 2.2
    • 1 x Component
    • 1 x Composite
    • 1 x RF (Coaxial)
    • 1 x Optical Audio
    • 1 x RCA Audio
    • 1 x USB 2.0
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Sceptre 75" Class TV (U750CV-U):

Key Features:
Screen Size (Diag.): 74.5"
Backlight Type: LED
Resolution: 2160p
Effective Refresh Rate: 60Hz
Smart Functionality: no
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 20,000:1
Viewable Angle (H/V): 178 degrees/178 degrees
Number of Colors: 16.7 M
OSD Language: English, Spanish, French
Speakers/Power Output: 10W x 2
Noise Reduction and Weak Signal Enhancement
Connectivity:
Component/Composite Video: 1
HDMI: 4
Headphone: 1
Optical Digital Audio: 1
RCA Audio L+R: 1
RF (Coaxial): 1
USB 2.0: 1
What's In The Box:
Remote Control
Wall-mountable:
Mount Pattern: 400mm x 200mm
Screw Size: M6
Screw Length: 26mm
Support and Warranty:
1-year limited labor and parts


https://www.walmart.com/ip/Sceptr...10&veh=aff
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What? If that is native contrast ratio, that is actually extremely high. The Sony X940E (one of the best TVs of 2017) has a native contrast ratio of 4941:1. The Samsung Q9F has a native contrast ratio of 5065:1.

Crappy TVs like the LG UJ6300 have native contrast ratios of 1314:1.

Dynamic contrast ratios of 5,000,000:1 are purely marketing gimmicks and mean absoultly nothing at all. I cannot tell if their 5000:1 claim is native or dynamic. But I can tell you have no idea what you are talking about.
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Just ask yourself: Am I going to get an additional $00 to $1,000 out of a different TV of the same size just because it has HDR?

If yes, then buy something else. If no, put some extra money into your kid's college fund!
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Seems like a great deal for a 75" regardless of how poor the specs are. Any ideas on whether it's worth a purchase though? I'm in the market for a 70-75" TV but don't want to spend 2k.
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tempting - do I spend twice as much to get a 75" with decent HDR or just settle for this? Is this a VA panel? No faux LG-style 4k?
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I know I'm asking too much lol, but I wish it was HDR.
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Never heard of this brand
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Never heard of this brand
It's a generic chinese brand but I have 2 from 7 years ago still going strong. I would put it above Changhong or whatever that crap brand is. The real question is what kind of panel is inside because Spectre is obviously not making this TV from scratch. Most likely it's an LG or Samsung panel inside.
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Never heard of this brand
They have been in the low-end TV and monitor business for over 20 years and regularly appear on this site.
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Lot of love for Sceptre... Interesting
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Who knows what you're getting with this. LG fake 4k?
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It's a generic chinese brand but I have 2 from 7 years ago still going strong. I would put it above Changhong or whatever that crap brand is. The real question is what kind of panel is inside because Spectre is obviously not making this TV from scratch. Most likely it's an LG or Samsung panel inside.
Most likely it is an AU Optronics panel, as are most common in cheaper TVs. Very small chance it is a Samsung panel, as most Samsung TVs do not have Samsung panels. Cheaper panels are almost always AU Optronics, Chimei, or Sharp.
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tempting - do I spend twice as much to get a 75" with decent HDR or just settle for this? Is this a VA panel? No faux LG-style 4k?
Just ask yourself: Am I going to get an additional $00 to $1,000 out of a different TV of the same size just because it has HDR?

If yes, then buy something else. If no, put some extra money into your kid's college fund!
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Seems like a great deal for a 75" regardless of how poor the specs are. Any ideas on whether it's worth a purchase though? I'm in the market for a 70-75" TV but don't want to spend 2k.
I'm not too comfortable buying big ticket electronics at Walmart.

If you're a Costco member, this is under 2k (now $50 more than the Super Bowl sale) + nice warranty: https://slickdeals.net/f/11164163-lg-75-class-74-5-diag-4k-ultra-hd-led-lcd-tv-1-399-99-costco-free-shipping-or-in-store?v=1

Although I'm considering the TCL as it's much lighter (I want a specific mount which has weight limitations). https://www.costco.com/TCL-75%22-...89504.html

I've read that waiting for the 2018 models to come is a good time to buy.

I welcome any tips anyone has. Wave
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Wal-Mart also has the RCA one for the same price:

https://www.walmart.com/ip/RCA-75...GjDr0qZ288
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